A mixed-type residential complex called Dasoudi Residence will appear in the most prestigious area of the city - Germasogeia.
A new high-rise building on a plot of 2,975 m2 will be built by the Property Gallery development company.
The total height of the building will be about 65 meters above ground level. The 16-storey high-rise has 29 apartments, including several duplex ones. At the same time, 13 floors of the skyscraper will be above ground, another 3 will accommodate a basement, a mezzanine, a mechanical floor.
According to the release, the building project looks like this:
- Ground floor: parking for 30 cars, storage rooms, mechanical rooms, gym and spa with pool.
- First floor: reception area, 26 parking spaces, mechanical equipment, outdoor recreation area (with playground and artificial water features), retail space - 2 shops, landscaped green area.
- Mezzanine (2nd floor): auxiliary and sanitary facilities.
- Mechanical floor: mechanical installations and pool.
- 1-12 living floors: residential apartments.
- last floor: roof garden and common areas.
It is worth noting that old dilapidated buildings are now located on the site of the proposed development, which will be demolished in the near future.
The southern side of the land adjoins the coastal boulevard Vassileos Georgiou I. There are several trees in the study area - 1 old pine (70-90 years old), 1 araucaria (40-60 years old) and 18 citrus trees. In the immediate vicinity of the new building there is a Dasudi park with an area of 100,172 m2 with a eucalyptus grove. About 100 meters away, the coastline and the magnificent beach with 4 organized swimming areas stretches through the state forest. The perimeter of Dasoudi Residence is mainly residential buildings, as well as restaurants and shops.
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